Provides clinical study management expertise for the execution of post-drug approval research. In this role you will act as the operational partner in driving data generation program planning and execution. Working across late-stage development and marketed products, the incumbent will drive operations for Phase 4 studies, patient registries, outcomes research, and real-world evidence programs. Activities include study and program planning and budgeting, contracting, start-up, vendor management, site management, tracking and reporting. The work is collaborative and is performed in conjunction with medical teams in both the global headquarters and at local affiliates. The initial assignment is expected to be in Multiple Sclerosis disease; other disease areas may be assigned.
Sr Manager, Medical Research Operations - Pharmaceutical industry
- Baar ZG
Within the Pharmaceutical Industry globally & successfully operating company.
approx. 01. April 2021
A dynamic working environment focusing on career opportunities where multi-cultural teams from all over the world strive the best results.
Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline required. Master's degree preferred
Minimum of 10 years of clinical research experience with CRO/Sponsor Project Management responsibility. Strong Project Management skills including risk assessment and contingency planning, demonstrated ability influence and manage teams, high degree of learning agility, combination of critical thinking and operational know-how, demonstrated success in working independently, high level of customer orientation awareness and focus, strong preference for experience with late phase and observational clinical research, MS disease research experience preferred, exceptional analytical, problem-solving, and troubleshooting abilities. We are looking forward to your application.
Englisch: Very good
This job is currently offered until 31.12.2021, with a strong option to get extended at a later stage. Client reference number BIOBJP00002689, please integrate in your application.